These papers were presented at the 2011 Queensland Coastal Conference, Cairns, Australia, 19-21 October 2011. The papers appear on the Conference Proceedings website by permission of the authors who retain copyright. The papers may be downloaded for fair use under the Copyright Act 1954 (its later amendments and other relevant legislation).

The proceedings can be cited as: Gunn, John, Stuart, Greg, Tindale, Neil and Sargent, Sue (eds) 2011, Ancient Knowledge, Contemporary Innovation: Proceedings of the 2011 Queensland Coastal Conference, Cairns, Australia, Burnett Mary Regional Group for NRM, Bundaberg.
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Accad, A., Dowling, R., Li, J., Kelley, J., Guymer, G., Beumer, J., and Couchman, D.

Establishing long term monitoring sites within mangrove and associated communities of Moreton Bay, South-Eastern Queensland, Australia.

Bownds, C., Krusic, E., McKirdy, N.and Marsden, T.

Fish superhighways: ensuring free passage between freshwater and estuarine habitats

Bowra, K., Hunt, S., McGrath, J., Tomlinson, R. and Strauss, D.

Shoreline Management Planning - A Gold Coast Journey

Bowra, K., and Pistol, D.

Last Line of Defence - Seawalls

Chapman, S. and English, K.

Climate Proofing Bribie Island and the Noosa Biosphere, South East Qld: Moving beyond the case study

Charteris, A. Colleter, G., Erpf, M. and Smythe, C.

Managing Storm Tide Inundation Risk in a Changing Climate

Cheshuk, Brian

Planning for Aquaculture in Queensland

Derbyshire, K., Batton, R., and Sheppard, R.

Do environmentally-friendly vessel moorings reduce impacts on fish habitats? A Moreton Bay case study

Dixon, M., Johns, L. and Beumer, J.

Saltmarsh habitats Queensland fisheries haven under threat of coastal squeeze

Dykes, L., Hunt, S., Bowra, K. and Williams, P.

In pursuit of meaningful coastal community engagement in the Digital Age—a story of reflexive practice

Edwards, N., Kirkpatrick, S. and Williams, P.

There is no I in a Clean Beach: Tallebudgera Beach Sweeps Award-Winning Partnerships into Clean Beach Action

Gilbert, Jennifer

Current Threats to Marine Turtles and Post Rehabilitation Success with Satellite Tracking

Goldberg, Jennifer

Burning on the Beach: Is this the best option for Ghost Nets?

Golshani, A., Splinter, K.D., Thurston, W. and Tomlinson R.B.

Modeling of May 1996 East Coast Low Event

Gooch, M., Vella, K., Moon, K., Marshall, N., Tobin, R., Pears, R., and Schauble, C.

Effects of Natural Disasters on Social-Economic Dimensions of Reef-Based Industries

Gosling, A. and Bott, K.

People and Communities Developing Partnerships through the Coastal 20 Wetlands Project

Gunn, Riki.

A NETwork of Partners

Gunn, J.

Creek to Coral Doing Adaptive Reef Rescue

Hall, Jeremy

Coastal Habitat Creation for Water Quality Improvements to Protect and Enhance the Gold Coast Broadwater

Hill, R., Walsh, F., Davies, J. and Sandford, M.

Our Country Our Way: Guidelines for Australian Indigenous Protected Area Management Plans

Lamb, K., Davies, P., Moscato, V., Brooks, P. and Tindale, N.

A Characterisation of Sediment Nutrient Transport and Depositional Dynamics in the Lake Cootharaba Catchment Post European Settlement

Lange, Jason

Who's Soil Is It Anyway? Challenges, Opportunities and Hidden Costs Associated with Erosion and Sediment Control in Townsville

Lynam, T. and Ryan, A.

World views and climate change: Synthesising lessons in adapting to climate change from the stories people tell

Mirfenderesk, H., Chong, E., Tonks, M., Rahman, M., Van Doorn, R., Vis, S., Kabir, M. and Cornelious, S.

Coastal Infrastructures Vulnerability Assessment. Trade-Off between Cost-Time Saving and Accuracy

Niven, D. and Taylor, D.

Meeting the New Queensland Coastal Plan Storm Surge Requirements for Redland City Council

Percival, D. and Bell, I.

Woorim Beach Bribie Island and the revolutionary FFF dune fence

Prenzler, P., Sel Sultmann, S. and Jackson, E.

Challenge of Mapping Coastal Hazard Risk in Queensland

Prior, M. and Haslam, S.

LEARNing LOCAL: Embedding local coastal Natural Resource Management in a National Schools Curriculum

Prior, Maree

The Nature of the Beast and Who's Who in the Zoo

Rosier, Johanna

New Zealand Coastal Policy, People and Partnerships: Are there Lessons for Queensland?

Sachs, P., Haase, M. and Rowe, S.

From the Tide to Table - OceanWatch Australia

Siddique, M.A.L., Myers, S., Smith, T. and Carter, R.W.

Co-learning and stakeholders’ participation in marine protected area management

Smyth, Dermot

Country-based Indigenous Protected Areas: A new approach to integrated coastal land and sea management

Stuart, G., Hollingsworth, A., Kirkpatrick, S., Thomsen, F., Mortensen, S., Quirk, S. and Capati, G.

Innovation in improving estuarine water quality

Sultmann, S. and Prenzler, P.

Planning for Coastal Hazards - the Queensland Coastal Plan

Svikism, M. and Lofthouse, J.

Planned retreat options in NSW: are we eroding values and accreting liability for property owners?

Tawake, L., Thomsen, D., Carter, B. and Hill, R.

Indigenous Learning Approaches for/from Sea Country

Taylor, H. and Smith, W.

Far North QLD Marine Debris Project

Tsatsaros, J.H., Brodie, J.E., Bohnet, I.C. and Valentine, P.

Incorporating Social, Traditional and Biophysical Values into a Water Quality Objectives Framework for the Wet Tropics

Wallace, L., Gabrys, K., Johns, L. and Wilson, C.

Cape York Peninsula - Country Planning and World Heritage

Weir, Adam

Using accessible cost effective technology to save lives

Williams, P., Kirkpatrick, S., and Dykes, L.

Creating Coastal Love with Community Education

Woodcock, K. and Ball, D.

A Strategic, Transparent and Defensible Model for Managing Coastal Land

Zafrin, S. and Rosier, J.

Queensland Coastal Management. Indicators to Measure Coastal Governance Outcomes

Zann, M. Done, T. and Phinn, S.

Learning to go with the Flow: Overcoming Real and Virtual Barriers in Land and Sea Enhances Connectivity and Survival of Nearshore Reefs, Mangroves and Seagrass Beds